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I have an older computer that I recently put back together after I took apart for some stupid reason.
It's an old computer that was my first childhood computer, and then I got to work again. After I put it back together, I plugged it in to see if it still works, and right when I pressed the switch, the power supply just popped, making a huge spark, I almost got killed, good thing I didn't lol. So yeah, I've been wondering why this happened, but I think I remember plugging a cable into the wrong place on the motherboard. But I do know that I need to a new power supply.
BTW, it's an Intel Pentium II computer with 64 MB RAM and 64 MB hard drive, running Windows 98. Still works, but just has a little flaw, which I wonder if I can resolve. Could there be a way? Thanks